Predicting College Football's Breakout Players: Big East | AthlonSports.com
Antwon Bailey, RB, Syracuse – Delone Carter has finished his eligibility, but Syracuse’s rushing attack won’t miss a beat. Bailey finished second on the team in rushing last year, adding 554 yards and two scores on 114 attempts. He was also a major contributor as a receiver, collecting 35 receptions for 306 yards and three touchdowns. Considering Bailey is only 5-foot-7, there is some doubt whether or not he can withstand a full season of work. However, the senior will be running behind one of the conference’s best offensive lines and should top 1,000 yards this year.
The Least Watchable College Football Teams In Recent Memory: A Loathing Compendium - SBNation.com
Say this for Syracuse 2005: you never got the impression with Syracuse that they lacked for effort. They tried hard. They blocked as well as they could. It's just that what they were being told to do was stupid, oh, so mind-bogglingly stupid in every way.
B'ville goalie Parker Ferrigan makes commitment to play for Syracuse lacrosse team | syracuse.com
Goalie Parker Ferrigan of C.W. Baker High School in Baldwinsville has made a verbal commitment to play for Syracuse University. Ferrigan enters his junior year of high school in the fall. His first opportunity to play for the Orange program would be the 2014 season. Ferrigan made 201 saves this past season for the Bees, 9-8, and had a save percentage of .622. He also scored two goals including one against West Genesee.
Syracuse University Athletics - Catching Up With SU Basketball Legends: Lawrence Moten
Still as the all-time scoring leader in BIG EAST history, Lawrence Moten is coaching his first Fantasy Camp at the Melo Center.
Rivals.com College Basketball - Breakout frontcourt players for 2011-12
Syracuse F C.J. Fair: Fab Melo was the more heralded prospect in Syracuse's 2010 recruiting class, but Fair provided more production last season. The 6-8 forward from Baltimore averaged 6.4 points and 3.8 rebounds while playing 18.6 minutes per game. He scored in double figures in five of his last 11 games, including a 17-point outburst against Rutgers and a 14-point performance in an NCAA tournament victory over Indiana State. Fair's late-season surge suggests he should put up even bigger numbers as a sophomore.
Lots of Pulp: #MustacheChronicles
It's Mustache Week here, apparently. First Mikhail Marinovich's rise to mustache stardom takes the blogosphere by storm. Now I've suddenly been blessed with the realization that this amazing hashtag exists.
2011-12 Florida Basketball Non-Conference Schedule Includes Ohio State, Arizona, Syracuse - Alligator Army
This schedule is likely to provide those opportunities: Patric Young will have to be fierce to keep the Gators in a game in Columbus against Sullinger's Buckeyes, and the guards (Bradley Beal, Kenny Boynton, Erving Walker) will have to solve Syracuse's 2-3 zone to stay with the Orange at the Carrier Dome.
THE single-most 80's video I've ever seen about Syracuse basketbll. Truly a tour de force that you have to watch: